Is Your Faith the God-Kind of Faith? – Part 1

Many Christians think using their faith is doing something in order to prove to God they believe. By “doing something” we mean some type of action out of self- effort that pleases God. But is this so? What constitutes true faith and how does true faith really work? Let’s explore this issue, and see how to adjust our attitudes to line up with the Word.

Is Your Faith the God-Kind of Faith? – Part 2

The God-kind-of-faith is when we trust God’s Word (Jesus) over everything else. That means anything we do is in line with God’s Word (Jesus). We do not receive because of self-effort of us working frantically in our own power through toil and anguish. Most people think true faith is something they do instead of someone they believe.

Is Your Faith the God-Kind of Faith? – Part 3

The God-kind-of-faith is when we believe God’s Word (Jesus) over everything else, especially ourselves! That means anything that we do, we do in line with God’s Word (Jesus). We do not receive because of our own works, we receive because we believe. Believing is the works we do to receive from God. Believing is an action verb. Most people think true faith is something they do instead of someone they believe.